What’s your favorite Uglydoll? I like the ugly one!
‘Men In Black 3′ follows the law of trilogies established by ‘RoboCop’: Always include jetpacks in the third film. Always.
Nice try, Muppets!
Kimberly Whalen appears in Terrence Mallick’s The Tree of Life.
Does it even count as ‘narrowing down’ if there are still 8 names left?
Phew! I was worried an ‘American Pie’ film wouldn’t feature any hot chicks for a second there.
Given Zach’s track record, this could have spiraled into disaster a lot quicker.
And not just because it has Ben Affleck in it.
Brazilian director Padilha (the ‘Robocop’ remake) is going into dangerous territory. Like, future Detroit dangerous.
Fox Searchlight is trying to spark (light up?) the interest of a certain audience via Twitter.
One of these actors will play Quatto. Is it… Jessica Biel?
Bloody shark attacks seem so much less disturbing when set to upbeat music.
Ladies: protect your boobs from sharks… at all costs.
Where are your seven dwarves, Kristen Stewart? Yeah, that’s what I thought.
Kristen Wiig, kindly let Mr. Hamm “drive the bus.”
Crowe will release the doc to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pearl Jam. In unrelated news: I’m so old I want to cry.
Director: Richard Ayoade Cast: Craig Roberts, Sally Hawkins, Paddy Considine Synopsis: 15-year-old Oliver Tate has two objectives: To lose his virginity before his next birthday, and to extinguish the flame…
Sarah Palin thought the best way to create an objective cinematic look at her politics and person was to create one herself.
Poor George. His daughters are impervious to his charms.
Whoever bet that he wouldn’t have a beard and a plaid shirt in this interview owes me five bucks.
It all makes so much sense.
Do you even know what kind of shape you have to be in to jog alongside a moving car?
It’s The Smurfs. Whatever, man.
And they said it couldn’t be done without Jackie Chan.
March 2013?! You know how many PhD’s James Franco can earn in that time?
Sasha Barrese is back for The Hangover Part II.
Europe always gets the cool stuff first.
Javier Bardem’s psychological commitment to the film is being called into question.
John Carpenter is back, and crazier than ever.